Synopses & Reviews
Quick-hitting strategies to help you manage a Six Sigma project, from implementation through successful completion
The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Six Sigma Course will give you the basic knowledge you need to introduce, implement, and manage a Six Sigma project. Built around the case studies, chapter-ending self-tests, and comprehensive final exam that have made McGraw-Hill's 36-Hour series the career-building choice for professionals at every level, this concise yet comprehensive guidebook features:
- Introduction to Six Sigma and its potential benefits, costs, myths, and realities
- Strategies for identifying, evaluating, and championing projects for a Six Sigma implementation
- Techniques for building upon on Six Sigma successes as you spread Six Sigma throughout your organization
- DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control)--All about the standard Six Sigma model, with a detailed chapter on each phase
- DFSS (Design For Six Sigma)--An exciting methodology for designing Six Sigma quality into products, processes, and services from day one
Six Sigma has brought tangible success, and bottomline results, to Motorola, DuPont, Raytheon, and other world-class corporations. Now let The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Six Sigma Course show you how to successfully manage your own Six Sigma initiative and drive Six Sigma-level product or service quality throughout every level of your organization.
Learn the essentials of Six Sigma in just 36 hours
The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Six Sigma Course provides you with the knowledge you need to understand, implement, and manage a Six Sigma program. This detailed yet accessible guide explores 10 essential Six Sigma tools for manufacturing along with other core components of a Six Sigma program.
About the Author
Greg Brue is copresident and CEO of Six Sigma Consultants, International. The author of Six Sigma for Managers and Design for Six Sigma, Brue is globally recognized as one of the pioneers of the Six Sigma movement.